The world is trending toward automation, and intellectual property (IP) management is no exception. Symphony is designed to streamline IP lifecycle management processes to reduce costs, improve efficiency, and eliminate administrative errors.
MaxVal, a leading IP management solution provider is pleased to announce the public launch of SymphonyIAM — its new cloud-based intellectual asset management platform.
Los Altos, CA – MaxVal Group, Inc. is pleased to announce its latest partnership with Aistemos, Europe’s leading IP analytics company, for its patent litigation data. US-based MaxVal licences its curated patent litigation data and the databank application programming interface (API) for integration into Aistemos’ global IP intelligence platform, Cipher.
MaxVal is excited to announce the preview of MaxVal’s SymphonyIAMTM. SymphonyIAM is a complete Intellectual Asset Management solution built on the foundation of correct, current, and complete asset information by leveraging unparalleled access to both public and private data sources. Based on this foundation, SymphonyIAM provides IP managers full visibility to their patent portfolio. This allows them to make insightful decisions, take informed actions and mitigate risk.
MaxVal’s Litigation Databank contains a comprehensive database of over 71,000 cases from the U.S. District Courts, the Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court and the ITC. Litigation Databank subscribers can search cases, produce reports on cases and parties, set watches and download case related documents.
Max-IDS is MaxVal’s cloud-based, hosted, Information Disclosure/Reference Management solution. Max-IDS is much more than a form generator. Max-IDS stores your references in a centralized database together with information about the cases citing each reference. This promotes consistency, reduces confusion and makes ad-hoc solutions (such as individual spreadsheets) unnecessary.
The patent landscape is tougher and more complicated than ever before. The ever-increasing amount of patent litigation cases in district courts, federal courts, and PTAB trials and appeals courts is a clear indicator of the struggle inventors and companies face to secure their intellectual assets. Applying for a patent, getting it granted and monetizing it is harder than it was a decade ago. This state of affairs automatically makes the inventors and patent professionals obsessive towards competitor monitoring.